Definition of Brulyies

1. brulyie [n] - See also: brulyie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brulyies

bruit de scie
bruit de scie ou de rape
bruit de soufflet
bruit de tabourka
bruit de tambour
bruit de triolet
bruited
bruiter
bruiters
bruiting
bruits
brule
brulot
brulots
brulyie
brulyies (current term)
brulzie
brulzies
brumal
brumate
brumated
brumating
brumation
brumbies
brumby
brume
brumes
brummagem
brummagems
brummer

Literary usage of Brulyies

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1. A Literary History of Scotland by John Hepburn Millar (1903)
"For drinking and dancing and brulyies, And boxing and shaking of fa's, The town was for ever in ..."

2. The Scottish Songs by Robert Chambers (1829)
"... The toun was for ever in brulyies : But now the lassie's awa. Wooed, and married, and a', Married, and wooed, and a'; ..."

3. The Book of Scottish Poems: Ancient and Modern by John Ross (1878)
"... As lang as she wasna awa', Nor in the town could there be stowing 4 For wooers that wanted to ca'. For drinking, and dancing, and brulyies,' And boxing ..."

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